The New Hampshire Recovery Hub provides public information on a variety of subjects. These items should be considered in the public domain unless specifically indicated otherwise. Please feel free to share, print and distribute these publications as widely as possible.
This brochure lists suggestions of safe lock-it-up strategies if you are on a medication-assisted treatment.
This brochure lists emergency actions you can take if you believe your child has digested your medication.
Families suffer from addiction and recover together. Donna Marston has created a family recovery kit designed to help parents, grandparents, caretakers, and mentors begin to have difficult conversations about overdose and the grieving process. The guide also describes family dynamics around addiction and the importance of using person-first language. Download the kit today.
Granite Pathway's Parent Support Program has produced two new products that will be distributed throughout New Hampshire communities. A brochure, describes some of the ways family support programs can help, including helping parents and adult siblings develop relapse prevention plans. A rack card discusses valuable resources participants learn in a family support group, including:
- Different treatment options
- Peer recovery support services
- Case management options
- Crisis and relapse prevention planning
(This is a high-print quality poster and download times will vary.)
Although fatal overdoses declined this year for the first time in 2018 since 2012, far too many lives are still lost. This short guide describes self-care for survivors of overdoses, tells you where to find help, and discusses safe practices designed to keep you and your loved ones stay alive. Download the guide today.
In the report Medications for Opioid Use Disorder Save Lives, an expert committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine examines the evidence base for medications to treat opioid use disorder and identify barriers that prevent people from accessing such treatment. The report presented here is a summary of finding. Read more National Academies' reports today.